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ISBN:
0470241764
Author:
George A. Fontanills
Category:
Investing
Language:
English
Publisher:
For Dummies; 1 edition (March 31, 2008)
Pages:
384 pages
EPUB book:
1998 kb
FB2 book:
1796 kb
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1724 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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775


I've used Dummies books a lot in the past as they are usually great introductions to complicated things with which you have no familiarity. I had the same expectations of this book.

Ships from and sold by Zebra Express. I've used Dummies books a lot in the past as they are usually great introductions to complicated things with which you have no familiarity. The book isn't especially well written or organized, and it isn't a great introduction to options if you have no experience with them. The author dives into a lot of complicated strategies without first providing good explanations of the basic concepts. It's also full of typos and grammatical errors.

George A. Fontanills. Thinking of trading options, but not sure where to start? Trading Options For Dummies starts you from the beginning with clear, step-by-step advice on how to use top option strategies to reduce your risk while boosting your income and enlarging your retirement portfolio with index, equity, and ETF options. This plain-English guide explains the common types of options and helps you choose the right ones for your investing needs

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Trading Options For Dummies starts you from the beginning with clear, step-by-step . Well-known options strategist and instructor George Fontanills has updated his time-tested and bestselling book, The Options Course

Trading Options For Dummies starts you from the beginning with clear, step-by-step advice on how to use top option strategies to reduce your risk while boosting your income and enlarging your retirement portfolio with index, equity, and ETF options. This plain-English guide explains the common types of options and helps you choose the right ones for your investing needs. Well-known options strategist and instructor George Fontanills has updated his time-tested and bestselling book, The Options Course.

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Thinking of trading options, but not sure where to start? Trading Options For Dummies starts you from the beginning with clear, step-by-step advice on how to use top option strategies to reduce your risk while boosting your income and enlarging your retirement portfolio with index, equity, and ETF options.

This plain-English guide explains the common types of options and helps you choose the right ones for your investing needs. You find out how to weigh option costs and benefits, combine options to reduce risk, and build a strategy that allows you to gain no matter what the market may bring. You’ll learn the basics of market and sector analysis and what to look for when trying out a new option strategy. You’ll also find what you need to know about options contract specifications and mechanics. Discover how to:

Understand option contracts and orders Determine and manage your risk Guard your assets using options Trade options on securities exchanges Protect your rights and satisfy your contract obligations Target sectors using technical analysis Minimize potential losses and optimize rewards Map out your plan of attack Limit your downside when trading the trend Combine options to limit your position risk Benefit from exchange traded funds Key in on volatility for trading opportunities Capitalize on sideways movements

Trading options is serious business. Trading Options For Dummies gives you the expert help you need to succeed.

  • Mozel
RIDICULOUS amount of misspelled words! This book is a total joke and basically completely incoherent throughout. The print on the graphs that are used for illustrations is way too small to interpret what message the author is trying to convey. Page 144 the author states that he will give a "refresher" covering indexes on the "next page" but the information is then covered in the next paragraph of THE SAME PAGE. Noone apparently cared even a little bit about editing or proofreading this book so when complicated topics concerning advanced option styles are addressed you cannot decipher or make sense of the information because you do not know if the author has just made even more mistakes on the topic being covered! The entire book is just some lame authors attempt to fill up 350 pages. You know that shirt you bought that was made in some basically unheard of region of the world and you got it home to realize that the tag had been mistakingly sewn onto the outside? This book is the equivalent to that shirt. I'm actually angry that I paid money for this trash. WORTHLESS
  • Kaim
The book is rife with grammatical errors. While I was able to discern what the author meant by the context of the sentence, the fact that this got through the proof-reading stage does not encourage me. I have only read the first 100 pages and can report that the first two chapters serve to direct readers to further chapters in the book; I assume this is common to the "Dummies" series but reading these introductory chapters was a waste of time. Lastly, the book would have been improved with some examples illustrating mathematical concepts. As advertised, the book may be a companion to the booklet your broker provides you when you are authorized to begin trading options but readers should expect to have to supplement this book with Internet research. Caveat Emptor.
  • Steamy Ibis
I've used Dummies books a lot in the past as they are usually great introductions to complicated things with which you have no familiarity. I had the same expectations of this book. The book isn't especially well written or organized, and it isn't a great introduction to options if you have no experience with them. The author dives into a lot of complicated strategies without first providing good explanations of the basic concepts. It's also full of typos and grammatical errors.

I was complaining about the book to a friend who'd had the same experience with it, and he let me borrow a copy of "Understanding Options" by Michael Sincere. "Understanding Options" is a great introduction: well organized, well written; it takes a nice linear approach to explaining the basics, and then employing them.

Don't waste your money on the Dummies book--get "Understanding Options" instead if you're looking for an introduction to this subject.
  • Giamah
great insight to the intro of options for beginners
  • Arar
GOOD
  • FreandlyMan
great
  • Lightwind
Good book for brokers and options traders to brush up on options basics and advanced strategies
this book talks in circles really did not find a useful thing in it. it tells you the basics of puts and calls. which anyone can type in google and get a simple answer. not worth buying.